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CSCS Test – Accident Reporting and Recording

The CSCS test below has 19 question covering everything you will need to know to answer the questions from the Accident Recording and Reporting section.

This section focuses on who, why, where, when, and how accidents should be reported on site. If you’re struggling to pass this test, try our CSCS test revision notes here.

The pass mark for this practice CSCS test is 17 out of 19. All answers are shown at the end, and you will get pass or fail result after submitting your answers. Good luck.

1. Who is responsible for recording an injury in the accident book?

Question 1 of 19

2. Why is it important for your employer to carry out accident investigations?

Question 2 of 19

3. If someone has an injury at work, what must happen to the accident report?

Question 3 of 19

4. Which TWO of these would result in you being ordered to leave the work site immediately? (Choose 2 answers)

Question 4 of 19

5. What should you do if you witness a serious accident on site?

Question 5 of 19

6. Which of these is the LEAST important reason why all accidents must be reported?

Question 6 of 19

7. If you’re in an accident, which of these does NOT have to be recorded in the accident book? (Choose 2 answers)

Question 7 of 19

8. Which of these best describes the term “near miss”?

Question 8 of 19

9. If you’re in an accident, which TWO of these must be recorded in the accident book? (Choose 2 answers)

Question 9 of 19

10. It is important for you to report accidents because ___.

Question 10 of 19

11. If you have an accident at work, when should be reported?

Question 11 of 19

12. You should report all serious accidents to___.

Question 12 of 19

13. The TWO main reasons why all accidents, incidents and near misses must be reported are ___. (Choose 2 answers)

Question 13 of 19

14. You witness a scaffold collapse, if you’re questioned about this accident you should:

Question 14 of 19

15. What should you do if you cut a finger while working on-site?

Question 15 of 19

16. If YOU have an accident at work, who should report it?

Question 16 of 19

17. What should be done if you have an accident at work which results in you being absent from work for more than 7 days? (Choose 2 answers)

Question 17 of 19

18. All unsafe working practices should be reported immediately; whose responsibility is it to report unsafe working practices?

Question 18 of 19

19. What should you do if you notice a worker driving plant equipment way above the site speed limit?

Question 19 of 19


 

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